Definition of street

A street (literally "street") is a step in a poker hand. It could also be referred to as a bidding round. Depending on the poker variant, there may be a different number of streets. For example, in Razz, there are 5 streets. On Hold’em and Omaha, there are 4. preflop, flop, turn and river are streets. On these streets, there will be a round of betting. Some will say that the felling is also a street. There is no betting period during the felling, but it is a recurring part of a poker hand.

Descriptions of the streets to Hold’em

When you play Hold’em or Omaha, the first street you play will be action preflop. In action preflop, no community cards are dealt. When action preflop is completed, we will play the next street on flop. The flop is the only street on which 3 community cards are dealt. If necessary, there will be the third street, the turn. During the turn, 1 community card is added to the flop. After the betting round, there is the river, the last street. On this street, the last community card is revealed. If necessary, afterwards, we will go to the slaughter.


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